Health professionals are required to give informed consent on all medical procedures, including vaccines, yet many Americans remain unaware of the potential dangers hidden beneath the covid shot.
Perhaps it is too cumbersome to read off the entire list of dangerous side effects at the drive-thru or minute-clinic vaccination sites.
Or perhaps it doesn’t coincide with Biden’s massive vaccine campaign.
Would Americans willingly line up for a shot that may not work and cause death if they knew the risk?
Sadly, Johnson & Johnson seems to be downplaying their covid shot’s side effects, with only a brief pause in April due to reports of blood clots.
The pause back in April from Johnson & Johnson didn’t come soon enough for Annie VanGeest, a mom of four who died 11 days after receiving the covid vaccine.
Annie VanGeest‘s tragic death, at the young age of 35, was caused by an acute subarachnoid hemorrhage, or bleeding between the brain and tissue around the brain.
Her death was completely avoidable, with the FDA and CDC responsible.
While the CDC is quietly reviewing VanGeest’s death, Twitter is abuzz about the safety risks of the J&J covid vaccine particularly on young women:
Yesterday, it was reported a woman from Michigan died 11 days after receiving the J&J vaccine. She had a brain hemorrhage that doctors say can be caused by the vaccine. Women under 50 are particularly vulnerable.https://t.co/EDcHW20yIy
— Jessica McMaster (@JessMcMasterKC) May 4, 2021
35 yo Ionia, Michigan woman dies from non-traumatic sub-arachnoid hemorrhage (intracranial bleed; non-traumatic could suggest low platelets), per family (and soon VAERS) 11 days “after receiving the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.” (h/t @alexberenson) https://t.co/YxGRAUGxwm pic.twitter.com/3vKC9HPuJf
— Andrew Bostom, MD, MS (@andrewbostom) May 3, 2021
— Rory Berthet (@rberthet) May 4, 2021
Please people!!!! Do your own research!!! The experimental vaccine is dangerous and killing people!!! The media is lying to you!!!!! Wake Up!!!!
What to know: CDC reviews death of Michigan woman who got J&J vaccinehttps://t.co/k9P1IiFP4Y
— HoldingTheLine (@AdamsSandee) May 4, 2021
VanGeest’s doctor filed a report to the CDC on VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System).
Since her death certificate lists natural causes- acute subarachnoid hemorrhage, will the CDC take this report seriously?
ClickonDetroit downplayed the deadly side effect VanGeest endured from the vaccine:
In a statement, her family said the 35-year-old wife and mother of four died “as the result of complications after receiving the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.”
But at this point, neither doctors nor the CDC have a way to know that for sure.
VanGeest’s physician filed a Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) report to the CDC. The VAERS is a vaccine safety system managed by CDC and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). VAERS accepts reports of possible side effects — also called “adverse events” — following vaccination.
The system is not designed to determine whether a reported adverse event was caused by the vaccine, but serves as an early warning system and helps CDC and FDA identify areas for further study. When VAERS receives reports of serious illness or death after vaccination, VAERS staff contact the hospital where the patient was treated to obtain the associated medical records to better understand the adverse event.
VanGeest’s death certificate lists subarachnoid hemorrhage as the cause of death. It is not known by Local 4 if there were any associated conditions such as a low platelet count or cerebral venous sinus thrombosis. The combination of the latter two conditions are the reason for the initial pause in the administration of the J&J vaccine. The pause was not caused by a concern over an increased rate of subarachnoid hemorrhage.
When the CDC restarted the J&J vaccine on April 23, it acknowledged there would likely be more cases of the rare blood clots but it believed doctors had a better understanding of how to treat it and it did not discourage anyone from getting it.
Officials said a type of blood clot called cerebral venous sinus thrombosis and low levels of blood platelets were seen in these cases.
All six cases occurred in women between the ages of 18 and 48, and symptoms began six to 13 days after vaccination, according to authorities.
Usually, an anticoagulant drug called heparin is used to treat blood clots, but in these instances, alternate treatments are used because administration of heparin could be dangerous, officials said.
This occurrence is extremely rare — it was identified in just six people out of the 6.8 million who had received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
So because the mainstream media says so, we are supposed to believe VanGeest’s death after the covid vaccine is a coincidence?
When Target 8 reached out for a comment from Johnson & Johnson, their response omitted any mention of VanGeest:
There is no greater priority than the safety and well-being of the people we serve, and we carefully review reports of adverse events in individuals receiving our medicines or vaccines. Any report about an individual receiving our COVID-19 vaccine and our assessment of that report is shared with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and other appropriate health authorities. This is part of the established process to inform health authorities’ comprehensive surveillance programs that monitor the overall safety of medicines, as well the vaccines authorized for use against this pandemic.
Sounds like another round of avoidance from Johnson & Johnson. Along with the Mainstream media, who have been oddly silent about this tragic loss.
All vaccines, especially experimental ones, should come with complete informed consent. VanGeest’s death was unmistakably avoidable.
All lives matter, even those lost to vaccines.